More than $300,000 in Georgia Gives Day 2014 Incentives and Prizes Available for Nonprofits across Georgia

Thanks to generous corporate and foundation donors, there are now more ways than ever to win extra money for your nonprofit on Georgia Gives Day. From statewide prizes to incentives for certain regions and causes, make sure your organization has a plan to compete on 11/13!

Below, read three steps for creating your organization's prize strategy.

1) Read our top three categories of prize types for which your organization may be eligible.

2) Then, visit our prize page for all rules and requirements.

3) Download our schedule of prizes by hour to help you determine your organization's prize strategy.

Good luck!



Statewide Prizes

All Georgia nonprofits are eligible for thousands of dollars through our Fiserv® Statewide Leaderboard for most donors on Georgia Gives Day, as well as cause-specific power hours and our Popmoney® Matching Funds Challenge. More information is posted on the prize rules page.

Regional Prizes

Many of our incentive fund partners have created special prizes for regions of the state. If your nonprofit is in Metro Atlanta, Macon, Milledgeville, Central Georgia counties, Columbus, or Lower Coastal Georgia, there are tens of thousands of dollars in Power Hours, Golden Tickets and other challenges available for you! All eligibility requirements are posted on the rules page.

Cause-Specific Prizes

If your nonprofit focuses on financial wellness or childhood hunger, there are specific challenges and prizes available for you near the bottom of our rules page.

Once you’ve read the rules and eligibility requirementsdownload our schedule of prizes by hour to help you determine your organization’s prize strategy.
Please help us thank our incentive and prize funding partners: Fiserv®/Popmoney®, Knight Foundation, Arby’s Foundation, SunTrust Foundation, Knight Foundation, Community Foundation of Central Georgia, and Community Foundation of the Chattahoochee Valley.


Tom Zimmerman is Communications Manager at the Georgia Center for Nonprofits.



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